Here is a short list of resource links for people experiencing or
simply interested in any of the many forms of clinical depression.
Christian Depression Pages provide an informed approach to depression for
contemporary Christians who are interested in dealing with illness and healing.
Dealing With Depression is a Snap Health Guide to Better Mental Health.
is a page page maintained by
There is a long list of links to various pages and additional online support groups.
Depression Central, maintained by
Dr. Ivan Goldberg,
is a "clearing house for information on all types of depressive
disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering
from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia,
Dysthymia and other mood disorders."
- Dr. Bob's
Mental Health Links and
Psychopharmacology Tips have extensive information on drugs for depression.
- The Internet Depression Resources
page by Brad Judy
includes general information, links to organizations and personal home pages, and
other newsgroups, mailing lists and chat channels.
Internet Depression Resources List maintained by
Taylor provides a wealth of links to relevant information and online
resources. The site is an award winner and enhanced for non-graphical browsers.
Out of the Darkness, the
Alberta Heritage Foundation
for Medical Research Newsletter for September 1995, explains the
biomedical model of clinical depression.
- Voices of Depression
is "a compilation of writings by people suffering from depression," and appears as part of
Andrew's Depression Page
wing of madness: a depression guide is an elegant site containing
information on depression. There are pointers to many newsgroups and
chatlines, lots of fine art graphics and an online bookstore.
You mean I don't have to feel this way? is designed for friends, families,
and individuals who are either suffering from depression or living with someone
who is depressed.
You can also search:
at the National Library of Medicine, including
Internet Grateful Med
the Knowledge Exchange Network,
one of a number of
at the National Mental Health Services,
or WebMedLit at
Medical World Search
Last update: 15 March, 1999 © Bev Thornton,